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3 Services You Can Only Receive at a Canine Hospital

When it comes to the health and happiness of your furry friend, Tampa dog owners are willing to do whatever it takes. Even if your dachshund or pug seems to be in pique condition, they should receive a checkup every year. If something does happen, such as an accident or the onset of a condition or disease, you need the assistance of a canine hospital. A typical veterinarian’s office is perfectly fine for regular checkups, but when the issue is more serious, you need the treatments to reflect that. 1. Orthotics We’ve all seen them: the brave little pups wheeling around with [...]

Beat the Heat: How to Keep Your Pet Safe in Summer

The Florida heat can be unbearable for humans, but just imagine how the St. Petersburg humidity can affect your beloved furry friend. It is vital that you prepare to handle the summer season with your best friend’s health in mind, so here are some pointers from professionals at a dog hospital to get you started. Stay Hydrated Just as it is so important for humans to make sure they are staying hydrated in the heat and sunshine, it is necessary for your pets as well. Dogs sweat through panting, and if they are trapped in an environment where they can’t pant enough [...]

By | 2017-11-21T14:39:48+00:00 June 13th, 2016|Canine Hospital|

K9 Rehabilitation in Tampa

Tampa Bay K9 Rehabilitation Center is a lovely K9 rehabilitation facility in Tampa Bay. Our physical therapy and rehabilitation services help canines quickly and efficiently recover after an injury. Each canine receives individual treatment to help them regain mobility and strength. We are passionate about caring for animals and getting them the care they need. Whether it is recovery after surgery or losing weight, we can help. Trust us to offer compassionate, friendly, professional assistance for your furry friend. Is My Pet a Candidate for K9 Rehabilitation? A happy, healthy pet probably does not need to visit a rehabilitation clinic. However, a [...]

By | 2017-11-21T15:57:40+00:00 May 10th, 2013|Canine Rehabilitation|